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Justice Department opens investigation into Pennsylvania voter ID law

 
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Justice Department opens investigation into Pennsylvania voter ID law

Published July 24, 2012

The Department of Justice is investigating whether Pennsylvania’s new voter ID law is discriminatory, according to a letter released Monday.

Specifically, the department is reviewing Pennsylvania Act No. 18 (2012), which establishes the requirement to show proof of identity to be able to vote, according to the document.

The move by the Justice Department could be a step toward a federal lawsuit under the 1965 Voting Rights Act. Lawsuits against several others states for voter ID laws have already been filed.


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Re: Justice Department opens investigation into Pennsylvania voter ID law
Yes...
NOTHING must be allowed to interfere with the 113% turnout in Philadelphia.
Obama must have PA to win.
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Nothing..
Funny that Holderboy was just there yesterday.. makin plaans..
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Re: Justice Department opens investigation into Pennsylvania voter ID law
White House Targets Another State In Offensive On Voter ID Laws: Pennsylvania

July 24, 2012 4:31 PM GMT



In its latest effort to scrutinize a wave of new voting laws, the Justice Department is asking Pennsylvania for more information about a law requiring voters to present valid photo identification.

Legislatures across the country, nearly all of them controlled by Republicans, have passed laws that require voter ID, roll back early voting and impose new limits on voter registration. Sponsors of the laws say they are trying to ensure elections are legitimate, but opponents warn that minority, elderly and low-income voters will face unwarranted obstacles en route to the voting..
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